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Recent content from Jane's 360: IHS Jane's Defence Weekly - Digital, Online and Print Magazine

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    Russia has begun delivering T-90S and T-90SK main battle tanks (MBTs) to Vietnam, according to a report by Russian state-owned news agency Interfax. “As a result of a series of negotiations between Russian and Vietnamese experts, a contract was signed for the delivery of T-90S and T-90SK

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    Rheinmetall has reported a year-on-year order growth of 52% for its defence division in the third quarter of 2017, with its most significant order in this period coming from the German Army for 2,271 HX2 trucks. This follows a decline in incoming orders in the first quarter of 2017, followed by an

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    Japanese shipbuilder Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has launched the 10th Soryu-class diesel-electric attack submarine (SSK) for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF), the company said in a press statement. The 84 m-long boat, which has been named Shoryu (with pennant number SS 510), was

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    Abu Dhabi-based NIMR Automotive has entered agreements with companies in Thailand and Malaysia to support sales of the company’s military vehicles to the two Southeast Asian countries, the company confirmed to Jane’s on 7 November. Speaking to Jane’s at the Defence & Security

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    The China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) is looking to expand its presence in Thailand to support the Royal Thai Navy’s (RTN’s) acquisition of S26T diesel-electric submarines. Officials from the China Shipbuilding and Offshore International Company (CSOC) – the

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    A teaming agreement between Saab and Adani Group designed to support the former’s Gripen E fighter bid to the Indian Air Force has been extended to include the potential development of unmanned aerial vehicles and rotorcraft. A collaboration plan was released by the two companies in September

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    A Republic of China Air Force (RoCAF) Dassault Mirage 2000 multirole fighter crashed on 7 November during a regular night-time training mission over the seas north of Taiwan, the Taipei Times newspaper reported citing the Air Force Command. The pilot was listed as missing and the authorities

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    The White House’s supplemental defence budget request includes a large addition to cover new ‘emergency’ funding for missile defence that would, among other things, buy more homeland defence interceptors. Under an emergency requirement, part of a 6 November supplemental funding

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    As concern mounts over North Korean missile threats, the United States is continuing to bolster its ballistic missile defence (BMD) with recent contracts for BMD radar and missile systems. The US Missile Defense Agency (MDA) awarded Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems an

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  • 11/06/17--16:00: Norway receives first F-35s
  • Norway on 3 November received the first three of 45 total Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters (JSFs), according to a Norway government statement. Major General Morton Klever, programme director for F-35 in Norway’s ministry of defence, said in a statement this milestone

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    The Mexican Secretariat of the Navy (Secretaría de Marina: SEMAR) commissioned ARM Chichén Itzá (PC 340), a Tenochtitlan-class coastal patrol vessel (CPV), in Veracruz on 6 November. Chichén Itzá was constructed by Mexico’s state-run shipyard Astilleros de la Marina

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    Malaysia is looking to acquire a new ‘low-end’ fighter and attack aircraft as part of wider plans to better tailor its combat capabilities to meet current and future threats, an air force official said on 7 November. Speaking under the Chatham House rule, the official said that the

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    India’s state-owned Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) successfully flight-tested the indigenously designed Nirbhay (Fearless) subsonic cruise missile on 7 November, almost a year after the weapon failed its previous flight test. The Indian government’s Press

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    China launched a Long March 3B rocket from the Xichang space centre in Sichuan Province on 5 November that placed two more Beidou-3 navigation satellites into medium Earth orbit (MEO). The launch of the satellites had been expected in July, but investigations into the failure of a similar rocket to

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    The Brazilian Marine Corps (CFN) is considering REMAX lightweight remote weapon stations (RWS) to arm its GDELS-Mowag Piranha IIIC 8x8 armoured vehicles, sources told Jane’s . The system was jointly developed by the Brazilian Army’s Technological Center (CTEx) and ARES Aeroespacial e

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  • 11/07/17--15:00: USN issues new frigate RFP
  • The US Navy (USN) issued a request for proposals (RFP) on 7 November for the future Guided Missile Frigate (FFG[X]) and, as expected, it calls for a simple and straightforward ship design. The USN wants its FFG[X] to be based on what it calls a “parent design”, the RFP said. “A

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    Rolls-Royce has received permission to expand its site in Derby, UK, that manufactured and maintains reactor cores for the Royal Navy’s Vanguard-class nuclear submarines. Approved on 6 November, the maintenance site for the propulsion element of the RN’s submarine-launched Trident

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    Morocco’s first Earth observation satellite was successfully launched from the Kourou space centre in French Guiana by a Vega rocket on 7 November, Arianspace announced. Weighing 1,110 kg, the Mohammed IV satellite and supporting systems was made by Airbus and Thales Alenia Space. It is

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    US President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart, Moon Jae-in, announced on 7 November that they finalised a deal to scrap the warhead weight limit for South Korean missiles stipulated in US-South Korean guidelines. The agreement, which is aimed at enhancing South Korea’s

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    A teaming agreement between Saab and Adani Group designed to support the former’s Gripen E fighter bid to the Indian Air Force may be extended to include the potential development of unmanned aerial vehicles and rotorcraft. A collaboration plan was released by the two companies in September

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